Longitudinal observational study of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty for irreparable rotator cuff dysfunction: results after 15 years
These authors reported their observations on 22 reverse total shoulders ( Delta III prosthesis (DePuy, Saint-Priest, France)) in patients having irreparable rotator cuff dysfunction with a mean age of 68 years at a mean followup of 16 years.
Most of the re operations were performed soon after the index RTSA; two-thirds of the reoperations took place in the first two years.
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